A Kiwi Model Reveals Her Speedy Morning Beauty Routine
Meet Georgia Fowler—model, owner of insanely flawless skin (and perfect bangs), and new Sydney Spring Carnival ambassador. If you're not familiar with her gorgeous face just yet, consider this an introduction to the fashion world's Next Big Thing. The New Zealand-born model has graced the pages of every magazine you can think of, has more than a few covers under her belt, and has worked with mega brands like Balenciaga and Victoria's Secret. (She also calls Hailey Baldwin, Gabby Westbrook and Devon Windsor pals.) A pro at off-duty beauty, Fowler is about less is more in every aspect of her routine. Don't count on seeing her with a full face of foundation or sleek blowdry anytime soon—she's more likely to air-dry her hair, slap on some moisturiser and call it a day. We had a chance to catch up with Fowler, and asked her to share her lo-fi morning beauty routine with us from start to finish. Turns out, she's as well versed in skincare essentials and fitness advice as she is striking.
Keep scrolling to learn all her beauty secrets.
Byrdie Australia: Describe your morning beauty routine.
Georgia Fowler: My morning beauty routine is jumping in the shower and wetting my hair so it can dry naturally with a bit of cream in the ends. I really like Bumble and Bumble's Brilliantine ($35). Then I moisturise; I love the Bio Sphere Lumiere moisturiser. It’s a bit of a splurge, but so worth it! Or I'll even use an oil—I think glowy skin is gorgeous. A bit of concealer under the eyes, brow gel and mascara.
B: If you could learn the beauty secrets of anyone in the world, who would you choose?
GF: Anyone would want to learn the beauty secrets of Elle Macpherson. I mean look at her body and her skin and her everything. Wouldn’t that be great? Or, big makeup artists like Cameron Jane.
B: How would you describe your beauty style?
GF: I’d say it’s pretty similar to my fashion style; I like to complement what I’m wearing. Sometimes, I like to be a bit more boyish and do very simple hair and makeup. It’s also nice to dress up in a pretty dress and do something like a bold lip or a little liquid line. I think it’s good to mix it up. Do what works with your outfit and have fun.
B: How do you keep it healthy between all the long hours on sets and shoots?
GF: It is quite difficult to remain healthy between all the flying and the long days. I used to be so excited to look at all the food on set but when you’re around it everyday and it’s a big buffet you have to remember to choose what is nourishing and what makes you feel good. Also, drinking lots of water when you’re flying is important. I always try and do a little bit of exercise, even if it’s just 20 minutes, before a big work day so I feel like I'm not just sitting in a studio the whole time. I add in lots of fruit and veg wherever I can, and I try and bring my own snacks on the plane because sometimes the food is okay and sometimes it’s not so great.
B: What’s the best hair or makeup trick you’ve picked up on a shoot?
GF: A little skincare tip is to give your face a massage in the morning. I wake up often with quite puffy eyes; putting on moisturiser and really massaging it in around my eyes de-puffs them a little bit.
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